Heidi Stevens Biography
Heidi Stevens an American journalist and columnist serving as a creative director of Parent Nation at the University of Chicago. She as well hosts the On Purpose podcast alongside Dr. John Duffy. She is as well a Fellowship coach for The OpEd Project. She prevously served as an editor and columnist for the Chicago Tribune Magazine from 1998 to 2021.
Heidi Stevens Age
Stevens was born on 23rd October 1974, in Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States of America.
Heidi Stevens Height
She stands tall at a height of is 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m ).
Heidi Stevens Family
Heidi was born to her mother June Keibler. More information about her family background are publicly unknown, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Heidi Stevens Husband
She is married to Michael Phillip an American journalist working for the Chicago Tribune newspaper as a film critic. The pair celebrated their wedding back in September 2013. Michael was previously married to Ann Jarmusch and Andrea Lenzburg. She is a mother of two children, a daughter, June Stevens born in October 2005, and a son born in August 2009. The lovely family resides in the Logan Square neighborhood.
Heidi Stevens Education
She joined Eastern Illinois University and later earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 1996.
Heidi Stevens Salary
She earns an estimated annual salary of $100,000
Heidi Stevens Net Worth
Heidi has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Heidi Stevens Career
She serves at Parent Nation as the creative director as of July 2021. Parent Nation is an enterprise at the TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health at the University of Chicago. The Parent Nation assures that all parents have the resources, information, and support that they need to optimally raise their kids.
She is as well a fellowship coach for The OpEd Project and as well hosts a podcast alongside Dr. John Duffy. The podcast is based on debating the topics that weave into parenting, marriages, Friendships, Facebook Feeds and also dinner conversations. Before joining Parent Nation, she served as an editor and columnist for the Chicago Tribune Magazine for 23 years.